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BSA, a second home to it's members...

The Club House:

The Clubhouse has 5 AC residential rooms with attached bathrooms. Room 2 is the biggest with two double beds. Rooms 1 and 5 have three beds each and room 3 and 4 are double beds. Limited additional beds/mattresses are available upon request. The Clubhouse grounds provide a panoramic view of the sea, the jetty and life at the moorings. There are sufficient grounds around the clubhouse to wander and find a quiet corner to contemplate or just look at the sea.

The Dormitary (Sleepout): 

Within the same compound is the sleep out/dormitory, right on the water's edge. During high tide the ocean provides a great lullaby to put you to sleep. Here you book and pay for a bed (Mattress) for the night. A great economy package and you can't beat the view. There are separate dedicated toilets and bathrooms for this facility and use of the Clubhouse with it's fully equipped kitchen with staff.

To book your stay with us at BSA, kindly download and fill the Accommodation Booking Form (link below) and email it to  or +91-7798440784). Optionally you can requisition accommodation by filling in the "Online Rooms REquisition Form below. Payment for your stay and use of the facilities will be added to your monthly bill and may be made online or settled directly using a credit or debit card while in Mandwa. 

You can view latest Tariffs here.

Booking Rules and Offline Form

Online Room Requisition Form


This Bungalow is the first bungalow on the beach front ( towards the jetty) . It has 3 AC Rooms

(2 on the ground floor and 1 on the first floor)  with attached bathrooms and a seperate kitchen. 

Tucked In

As the name suggests the bungalow is "tucked in" greenery and foliage that surrounds this property. It has 2 airconditioned rooms with attached bathrooms, a kitchen, dining & sit out, and a green compound area.


Raha is the 3rd Bungalow along the beach and is a pet friendly Bungalow with 3 AC rooms. It has a fairly large area outside the bungalow which is perfect to barbeque and is used by our young optimist sailors to conduct land drills when not out learning to sail on the water, and hence also known as the "Sailing Camp" bungalow where junior sailors train for weeks at a time.